Insightful wisdom by Master Morya
216 pages - softcover
14 EUR (45 PLN - 17 USD - 10.5 GBP)
This book is the translation of "Morya Wijsheid 2: De weg van eenvoud"
"Everything on this Earth gives the impression of being transitory, and yet there is always a fundamental and enduring activity taking place and this is what you should try to find and to experience. Once you experience this, you will be a happy person and will understand, through the great spectacle of life, what it is all about. You will understand the deeper meaning of life, something that will never leave you, something that will follow you from life to life in an evolution of blossoming and beauty and majesty."
In the 'Morya Wisdom' series, Master Morya talks with great clarity about all subjects that concern all those who seek to lead a meaningful and joyous life. He explains how we can understand the world and deal with the situations that arise in our daily lives.
Morya's second book deals with how to ask questions, the process of thoughts and ideas, the speed of life, infinity, initiation, when to help others, the will, the Earth and the body, addiction, the fiery world of the heart, meditation, emotions and feelings, simplicity, joy, and much much more. A compelling read!
Answers come by themselves
“Each question you ask yourself should be asked in all honesty. Try to make sure you live in a way that enables you to deal with each question, to dare to live with each question, to look at yourself from all perspectives and then to try to do something with what you find.
Ask a question honestly to yourself, think about this question and also about the answer. Because questions can be asked and answers often come by themselves, but you must reflect on the answer and this is usually what doesn’t happen.
A person will ask a question and receives the answer but then finds the answer to be so ordinary he doesn’t pay it any attention. When you ask a question it’s important to pay attention to the answer because often there will be something in this answer you don’t see and which could be of great asset to you.
Life is such that it bears many answers in itself and that answers will always be provided.
The real question comes almost unexpectedly
The question is whether you are able of asking the right question. The right question is perhaps much more important than the answer. Take a moment here to think about what questions you could ask of life.
Life is exciting, it’s like a river always flowing from here to there and carrying many things in its powerful flow. It brings many things and also carries off many things, takes them away. This great stream of things that comes and goes bears within itself something you could call answers for the one who lives and watches and dares to ask questions.
Questions should come to you in a flash, they shouldn’t be given a great deal of thought. The real question comes to you at a moment when you are busy with something, almost unexpectedly.
Kinds of questions
The wrong kinds of questions are those to which you actually already know the answer. “I’ll ask this but actually I know the answer,” is a wrong question and it keeps a person busy because he loses himself in details. He sees certain minor details in his life and consequently he loses sight of the major factors.
A real question is: asking for help. A real question makes things open in you, it creates space within yourself. This is then a real question and it makes it possible for a real answer to come to you. A false question is when you close yourself, when you already know the answer and ask the question anyway, just so you can get the answer from someone else. This is not a correct question. A real question is opening yourself and then waiting for the answer. It can be about anything, but it opens you to such an extent that it enables you to live. A real question opens you for life and for so many things that then become possible in your own life.”
Discover more excerpts and quotes from "Morya Wisdom 1: A deeper sense of life" and other Morya books on Morya.org